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Management

President:  Prof. Nicolò D'Amico

Vice President: Ing. Stefano Giovannini

Administrative Advisory Panel

  • Prof. Nicolò D'Amico, President
  • Dr. Grazia Maria Gloria Umana - Elected
  • Prof. Stefano Borgani - Appointed by the Minister of Education, Universities and Research
  • Ing. Stefano Giovannini - Elected
  • Dr. Maria Cristina De Sanctis - Appointed by the Minister of Education, Universities and Research

General Director: Dr. Gaetano Telesio

Scientific Director: Dr. Filippo Maria Zerbi

Scientific Advisory Panel

  • Prof. Monica Colpi, President (appointed)
  • Prof. Alberto Franceschini (appointed)
  • Prof. Stefano Cristiani (Macro-area 1)
  • Dr. Alessandro Sozzetti (Macro-area 2)
  • Dr. Maria Teresa Rosa Capria (Macro-area 3)
  • Dr. Sandro Mereghetti (Macro-area 4)
  • Dr. Demetrio Magrin (Macro-area 5)

Audit Office

  • Dr. Raffaella Pisegna, President
  • Dr. Francesco Casaburi, appointed
  • Dr. Francesca Tosti, appointed
  • Dr. Annamaria Panariello, substitute
  • Dr. Alessia Vaccaro, substitute

A “cosmic microscope” reveals the origin of galactic winds produced by supermassive black holes

Dec 17, 2020

A “cosmic microscope” reveals the origin of galactic winds produced by supermassive black holes By studying a sample of distant galaxies, whose light reaches us from a cosmic epoch when the Universe was just three billion years old, a team of researchers led by Giustina Vietri (INAF) has followed the winds blowing in “active” galaxies down to only a few light-years from the supermassive black holes that sit in the galactic cores

INAF joins the MeerKAT+ Project

Dec 17, 2020

INAF joins the MeerKAT+ Project The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory and the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft welcome the Italian Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica as partner on the MeerKAT extension project

A new class of Einstein crosses unveiled

Dec 13, 2020

A new class of Einstein crosses unveiled An international team of astronomers has found a new class of Einstein crosses, where massive elliptical galaxies produces multiple, cross-shaped images of far away galaxies called “blue nuggets”